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Variation in influenza B virus epidemiology by lineage, China

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posted on 2024-06-02, 23:02 authored by J Yang, YC Lau, P Wu, L Feng, X Wang, T Chen, ST Ali, Z Peng, VJ Fang, J Zhang, Y He, Eric LauEric Lau, Y Qin, J Zheng, H Jiang, H Yu, BJ Cowling
We used national sentinel surveillance data in China for 2005-2016 to examine the lineage-specific epidemiology of influenza B. Influenza B viruses circulated every year with relatively lower activity than influenza A. B/Yamagata was more frequently detected in adults than in children.

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Journal

Emerging Infectious Diseases

Volume

24

Pagination

1536-1540

Location

Atlanta, Ga.

ISSN

1080-6040

eISSN

1080-6059

Language

eng

Publication classification

C1.1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal

Issue

8

Publisher

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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